Easy and Creamy Sopas Recipe

Sopas or chicken macaroni soup is a Filipino dish usually eaten during rainy days. We thought it will be raining today like yesterday but the sun shone so brightly.

Today, as promised, I will be sharing with you my super easy and creamy sopas recipe. This dish is one of my children’s favorites. They were very excited when they knew that I will be cooking this.

I mentioned a while ago that this is a macaroni soup however, we used spaghetti pasta instead. Spaghetti pasta do not absorb the soup much and so it can be eaten practically the whole day.

Here is my own easy and creamy sopas recipe.

Ingredients:

1 chicken breasts boneless

1 piece onion (chopped)

6 gloves of garlic (minced)

1/2 piece cabbage (sliced)

1 pc medium size carrot (dized)

2 medium size potatoes (dized)

1 piece small size bell pepper (chopped)

370 ml evaporated milk

1 pc knorr cube

40 grams grated cheddar cheese

8 cups of water

3 tablespoons of cooking oil

400 grams spaghetti pasta (cut to half)

Salt and pepper to taste

How to cook:

  1. Boil the chicken breasts using 4 cups of water. After boiling, set aside the water and let the chicken cool down. Shred the chicken.
  2. Set aside the chicken and the water.
  3. Heat the oil in a large pot. Saute the onion, after 1 minute, add the garlic, then the bell pepper.
  4. Add 3 cups of water, then add the spaghetti pasta. Let it cooked for 10 minutes.
  5. Then add the shredded chicken and remaining water from the boiled chicken.
  6. After 1 minute, add the carrots, then the potatoes.
  7. Pour the evaporated milk, afterwards add the grated cheese. Add water if needed.
  8. Add the knorr cube. Taste. Add salt and pepper if needed.
  9. Let it boil. Add the cabbage. Cover the pot for another 5 minutes.
  10. Then finished. Enjoy the sopas.

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